10 Timely Tips For Trial Preparation A tale of two cities: Why ransomware will just get worse Recent Cases Spotlight the Challenges of Cross-Border Data Protection Laws in eDiscovery How to Implement a Device Policy for Your Law Firm The New York Times has a course to teach its reporters data skills, and now they’ve…
Found this article the other day, and as I read through it, I discovered that even for a WordPress oldhead like me, there were some good reminders on using PHPMyAdmin to get database backups quickly, restore backups and more importantly a hood reminder about occasionally going and optimizing the database tables. Hadn’t done that in…
According to the report – Employees use an average of 191 passwords to enter 154 times in a given month, racking up an estimated 36 minutes of password data entry during that time, according to a report released today. We can talk until we are blue in the face about the risks of reusing passwords,…
After Turbulent Year, Bar Associations Urge Lawyers To Focus on Mental Health
Missteps, Misdeeds, and Misrepresentations: Judge Johnston’s Treatise on e-Discovery Sanctions
Migrating Data Through Workflows is What eDiscovery is All About: eDiscovery Best Practices
During Black History Month, Understand Workplace Concerns of Black Employees
Is it Zoom Fatigue or Just Bad Meetings?
I’m gonna go with bad meetings, or at least too many meetings that could have been quick calls or emails.
Microsoft has a new password security tool you need to check out
Five Great Reads on eDiscovery for February 2021
What I Learned When I Was Burned Out
“The 19,000 hashes have been “given to five global internet companies [Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter and Yahoo], who had volunteered to conduct a robust test on the list through their systems during the implementation period.” The hashes, created during the implementation stage, were sourced from images forensically captured on the Home Office Child Abuse Image…